By STEVE HAROLD Manistee County Historical Museum Because all of northern Michigan was originally a dense forest, the first settlers in the region were extensively engaged in timber industries. At places like Bear Lake, where there was only one large commercial sawmill, there was little confusion in keeping the ownership of logs separate. But at […]
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